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2012 ACEC-Montana Engineering Excellence Awards Winners

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ACEC-Montana honored the following projects at the Montana Engineering Honors Banquet held in conjunction with the Joint Engineers Conference on November 2 in Helena.
Recipients of Honor Awards in their respective categories are eligible for the 2012 ACEC-National Engineering Excellence Awards competition.

Courtesy of ACEC-Montana
Celebrating the winners at ACEC-Montana's Awards Banquet are, left to right: Tom Adams, City of Bozeman, water reclamation superintendent; Coralynn Revis, HDR design engineer; Dan Harmon, HDR project manager; and Nancy Cormier, Morrison-Maierle Inc. project manager.
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ACEC-Montana Grand Project Award

HDR Engineering Inc. and Morrison-Maierle Inc.

Bozeman Water Reclamation Facility

In a tough economy, innovative design and bidding methods were used on the largest public works project ever undertaken by the city of Bozeman to build a state-of-the-art water reclamation facility to meet upcoming stringent water-quality requirements and poise the city for future growth.


Honor Awards


U.S. Highway 93 - Lolo to Hamilton

WGM Group and Robert Peccia & Associates

The design team and Montana Dept. of Transportation met regularly with the public, and the outcome of the 19-year collaboration is a highly unique design that respects the splendor of the area, addresses local needs, increases capacity and improves safety on one of the most beautiful 45-mile stretches of the National Highway System.


Mattie V Creek Stream Channel Restoration


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